- Jul 27, 2004
Should that not be "energy" costs. There is also insurance, tires, depreciation, taxes, registration, etc., etc.Honestly, most of the charging is done at home. At 10,000 miles I've done 85% of my charging at home. I don't know why people think it's hard to put in infrastructure for a lot less use.
I've only used superchargers for long trips and it added a tiny portion to the drive as I needed to stop for bathroom, food etc....
BTW total cost of ownership excluding car payment at 10k miles... $200.
Did you have a charging station installed, at what cost?